Sign and trade of Teddy Bridgewater
Again going back to the point system, the Bengals pick is worth 3,000 points. According to the value chart, first-round picks range from 3,000 to 600. Assuming the Saints stay average, their value would fluctuate around 700-900 points.
Therefore, the two first-round picks would be roughly 1,500 points. The second-round pick would be roughly 400 and then Teddy Bridgewater would be the remaining 1,000 points to bring it to a generally even trade benefitting both sides.
Unlike Drew Brees, Teddy Bridgewater still has a good amount of years left in his career. The former Viking quarterback could be in the league for another 8-10 years. That would give the Bengals a successful long-time quarterback and a plethora of picks.
They could then use those picks to then address other needs that they have. Considering that they finished with less than a handful of wins, they could use those picks to strengthen other weak areas of their team.